In 35 years, a simple hobby can turn into something amazing. Bill Shea and his son Patrick of Hubbardston, Massachusetts, saw the movie Back to the Future in 1985, and were thoroughly charmed. They started collecting memorabilia from the film, including quite a few actual movie props as they became available. The collection was added to exponentially as the two sequels came about. Now they have their Back to the Future collection in what they call “The BTTF Barn.” The exhibits include three DeLoreans. The first was a car they modified to resemble the time machine. The second was actually used in filming. The third was, too, although it was destroyed at the end of the third movie. So they put it back together!
The Sheas’ museum take groups on guided tours by appointment, and they are booked up most weekends through the fall. Guests are asked to make donations to the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research. -via Boing Boing
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